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VOLUME 118, ISSUE 150


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thursday, february 10, 2011

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Curry shines as results
UNC falters late still on
hold
by jonathan Jones
sports editor
DURHAM — Tyler Zeller sat with a Gatorade towel
draped across his body.
The junior had won big at Duke. He had lost even
bigger at Duke. But this had never happened.
Up by as many as 16 in the first half, North Carolina
couldn’t keep a lead that seemed too good to be true as Phillips to court:
UNC fell 79-73 to the Blue Devils.
“Personally it hurts more this year,” Zeller said. Dismiss lawsuit
“Obviously, my freshman year we were ecstatic. Last year
they dominated us the whole game. Tonight we should by Daniel wiser
have won. We shouldn’t have given them the opportuni- staff writer
ties we did.” In addressing the Student
Zeller did everything he could in the 32 minutes he Supreme Court on Wednesday, the
saw on the floor. He posted a team- man who wants to release student
MEN’S high 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting election results rehashed his argu-
BASKETBALL and grabbed 13 rebounds, seven of ment: that nobody can challenge
UNC 73 which were offensive. He led the Tar Ian Lee’s candidacy almost two
Duke  79 Heel charge down low as UNC out- months after it was ruled legal.
scored Duke 48-24 in the paint. Now, it’s up to the court to
But the Tar Heel intensity that helped UNC to an 8-0 decide whether that’s a solid argu-
start to the game was lacking as the teams came out of ment.
intermission. The first half saw 43 UNC points to Duke’s In a formal filing answering
29, as Zeller was just a rebound shy of a double-double. allegations by former Student
Kendall Marshall, coming off the biggest game of his Congress speaker Deanna Santoro,
career against Florida State, dished out four assists in Andrew Phillips, chairman of the
the first half, three of which were to Zeller and John Board of Elections, requested that
Henson. The big men helped UNC to 28 points in the the court not hear the case while
paint in the first half. repeating several of the arguments
“I love playing with him,” Zeller said. “He gets easy he made in his motion to dismiss
layups for me. He’s a great player and a great passer.” it.
Outside of Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler, Duke Santoro resigned as speaker on
couldn’t come up with any kind of offensive production Monday to sue the board for allow-
in the first half. The Blue Devils got only 10 points out- ing Lee to run for student body
side of the duo in the first half. president without stepping down
Seth Curry would change that. from his position as student body
Whereas Smith and Singler had been the only emer- secretary — which she said is pro-
gency boats on a sinking vessel for Duke, Curry came hibited by the Student Code.
along with life vests for all the Blue Devils. Jessica Womack, the court’s chief
Curry posted 18 second-half points in front of the justice, said there will be no deci-
Cameron crowd, going 6-for-8 in the second frame. His sion on whether to hold a pre-trial
boost brought Duke back into contention, and Ryan hearing until she receives briefs
Kelly’s 3-pointer with 9:14 left put Duke in the driver’s from both parties by 5 p.m. today.
seat for the first time all game. Phillips said Santoro did not file
“Seth Curry was big to say the least,” UNC coach Roy the complaint within the 96-hour
Williams said. “Nolan was a load, driving to the basket window for challenging a decision.
and getting in the lane and making plays.” The board ruled to allow Lee’s
He had to step up for a Duke team that typically candidacy on Dec. 13, but Santoro
depends on Singler and Smith for scoring. While Smith said a conversation with Phillips
eventually poured in 34 points for a game-high, Singler on Sunday renewed her ability to
was held in check the entire night by Harrison Barnes. file.
The freshman, whose first visit to Cameron was as much Phillips dismissed that argu-
dth/bj dworak
speculation as his entire season has been expectation, ment, writing in his response that
Tyler Zeller misses this dunk attempt in Cameron as the Tar Heels dropped to the Blue Devils 79-73. Zeller was an the conversation marked an “ill-
offensive force for the Tar Heels with a team-high 24 points in his second consecutive loss to Duke in Durham. See duke, Page 9 guided effort to revive an other-
wise belated action.”

Duke’s second-half run too much for UNC


He also argued that Santoro
lacks standing to present the
suit, saying she does not fall
under any of the three criteria for
bringing action against the elec-
O≠ensive rebounds create lethal 4-point plays tions board, one of which is being
directly and adversely affected by
a decision.
by Louie horvath The oddity is that the entire eight-point Santoro argued she was directly
senior writer run was contained in two four-point pos- and adversely affected because she
DURHAM –It had to be coming. sessions that came after Duke senior Kyle felt she had to resign as speaker in
Surely the defending national champion Singler grabbed offensive rebounds off of free order to sue.
Duke Blue Devils wouldn’t allow their heated throws. “This case presents a multitude
rivals from down Tobacco Road to come into In both cases, Singler tapped the ball out of of problems that have existed this
their house and dominate as thoroughly as traffic to the perimeter, where Duke offensive election year,” Santoro said.
North Carolina did in the first half of No. 5 players were able to either spot up or find an Phillips countered, writing that
Duke’s 79-73 win on Wednesday without a open teammate behind the arc. the “adverse effect the plaintiff
challenge. “Two free throws early in the second half experienced was caused by her
That is exactly what happened – down they missed, and get the offensive rebound voluntary decision to resign.”
43-29 at half, the Blue Devils stormed out of and score there,” UNC coach Roy Williams While the candidates join the
the gates, mounting an 8-0 run that put Duke said. student body in awaiting the
back in the game. The first trip started when Singler missed results, the candidates have the
From there, the Tar Heels never recovered. a layup, but Ryan Kelly collected the rebound added pressure of the board audit
“Basketball is about runs,” Harrison Barnes and drew a foul. on their campaigns.
dth/bj dworak
said. “We knew that they would come out with After Kelly made the first free throw, Singler Candidates were required to
Justin Knox. Dexter Strickland and Tyler Zeller look on as the last minutes extra intensity because they were down and on grabbed another offensive rebound. Fourteen submit their financial statements
their home court, and we weren’t able to match to the board Wednesday by 5 p.m.
of the game wind down. Strickland fouled out with six points and two See run, Page 9
their intensity.” Phillips said the statements must
rebounds. Forward Knox only managed to add three points off the bench. be reviewed by the board to certify
the election results, but the court

Men’s soccer coach of 22 years leaves UNC


injunction has placed the entire
process on hold.
The candidates said they are
ready to know how the students
voted.
Bolowich takes After 22 years at the helm in
Chapel Hill, the winningest men’s
Elmar
Bolowich says
“Bruce Rasmussen has made me an o≠er Lee said he simply wants a reso-
lution to the campaign season and
job at Creighton soccer coach in UNC history
resigned Wednesday in order to
Creighton is I couldn’t refuse." the suit that questions the legiti-
willing and macy of his candidacy.
become the head coach at Creighton
able to provide Elmar bolowich, former men’s soccer coach “Everybody would like to stop
by Aaron Taube University in Omaha, Neb.
the uncertainty and be able to
“I am very honored and excited
resources to the
Assistant sports editor resources to make Creighton soc- Dave Schmidt said the athletic know what comes next,” he said.
If North Carolina men’s soccer to formally accept the head coach- soccer team.
cer a national power.” department will conduct a hiring Other candidates expressed
coach Elmar Bolowich returns to ing position for the men’s soccer As a result, the University has search for the position and that frustration that the results were
his fourth consecutive College Cup team at Creighton University,” Bruce Rasmussen has made me named the program’s top assistant, Somoano will be considered as a
already in the hands of a board
next season, he won’t be taking the Bolowich said in a press release. an offer I couldn’t refuse, as he Carlos Somoano, head coach on an
Tar Heels with him. “(Creighton Athletic Director) is willing and able to provide the interim basis. Team spokesperson See bolowich, Page 9 See ELECTION, Page 9

this day in black state | page 3 university| page 3 Today’s weather


history DUKE:
STUDENTS LOBBY TALKING SAFETY STILL THE BEST Things are gonna
FEB. 10, 1964 … Student delegates from In the wake of last week’s get easier
Sorry for the obnoxious H 45, L 23
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 all 17 UNC-system trespassing incidents, shade of blue.
is passed by the House of schools flocked to students from the law We lost a bet. Friday’s weather
Representatives. The act would Raleigh to lobby state school will debate balanc- We don’t want to talk You got to keep ya
integrate schools and outlaw government for minimal ing safety with access to about it. head up
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racial segregation. budget cuts. University facilities.
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Campus Briefs
UNC professor wins new
writers award for narrative Plymale sentenced for cocaine Perdue:
Randi Davenport, executive direc-
tor of the James M. Johnston Center
for Undergraduate Excellence at
UNC, has received the 2011 Great
Sentence is harsher
than co-defendant’s
assisted the police.”
According to court documents,
Plymale made a full confession to
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
The busts led to the arrests of
five others.
Jonathan
Plymale
was sentenced
Budget
gap not
police and provided information Combined with the death of to 20 months
Lakes Colleges Association New regarding the addresses and other Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity
Writers Award. in jail and five
by Will Doran details for four local drug dealers President Courtland Smith earlier years of
Davenport’s book, “The Boy Who in Burlington and Chapel Hill. in the year, administrators gave
Assistant University Editor
Loved Tornadoes: A Mother’s Story,” probation.

as bad
Jonathan Ray Plymale, a defen- Efforts to act on that information the Greek system more scrutiny
is a narrative about her challenges as were inhibited by the community’s and are considering new rules for
dant in a 2009 cocaine bust that
the mother of an autistic son. It won awareness of Plymale’s arrest, court fraternities and sororities.
contributed to a University review “You can’t make assumptions
in the creative nonfiction category. documents state. But despite the attention the
of the Greek system, was sentenced abut a whole campus or a whole
The award goes to new authors’ Plymale was arrested Sept. 15, arrests garnered, officials say the
to nearly two years in jail Tuesday. community based on one case,” he
first published volumes of poetry, 2009, after a police informant amount seized — while certainly
Plymale, 24, was sentenced to 20 said. “I would caution people against
fiction or creative nonfiction.
Davenport, who is also an
months in jail plus five years of pro- bought cocaine from him at the
Chancellor Square apartment of
large — was not out of the ordinary.
“The only thing that made this
making those assumptions.”
Tucker Piner, the former
BOG to discuss
bation, after pleading guilty to sev-
adjunct faculty member in the
department of English and com-
eral charges, including felony con- Eliza Vaughan. She was sentenced to unique to people was that they were Interfraternity Council president, safety, growth
spiracy to traffic cocaine, trafficking 36 months of probation in October. students or former students and said that although he doesn’t
parative literature, will go on tour Woodall said Vaughan received a selling to other students,” Woodall
cocaine and maintaining a dwelling believe drug use is or was a large by tarini parti
to GLCA member colleges as part lighter sentence primarily because said. “We’ve had other cases than
for keeping a controlled substance. problem in the Greek system, the state & national editor
of the award. She will speak to stu- she was tried by a different judge, this that were much bigger.”
That sentence was relatively arrests served as a wake-up call. The day before the UNC-system
dents and faculty about her book. although they faced roughly the Chapel Hill Police spokesman
lenient because he immediately “We really took a hard look at the Board of Governors’ monthly
The book has been praised by The same charges. Kevin Gunter said the amount of
cooperated with the investiga- people in our chapters, who you want meeting and expected discussion
Los Angeles Times and Publisher’s Police found 76.8 grams of drugs seized was “unprecedented”
tion, said Orange County District representing you,” he said. “I’m of the on budget cuts, Gov. Bev Perdue
Weekly reviewers, among others. cocaine at Vaughan’s apartment for an investigation involving most-
Attorney Jim Woodall. belief that we should take every event announced good news for the state
“The standard punishment is at 211 Church St. They later found ly college students. But Gunter said and try to turn it into a positive.” — especially for the UNC system.
UNC graduate honored with 35 to 42 months,” he said. “The about 121 grams of the drug in he didn’t think the busts spoke for Perdue said in a YouTube
regional award for teaching judge deviated from that because Plymale’s apartment in a building the University or Greek system as Contact the University Editor video Wednesday that the state’s
the judge found that Mr. Plymale associated with the UNC chapter a whole. at university@dailytarheel.com. expected budget shortfall could be
UNC graduate Callie Smith, a $1 billion less than the predicted
first-grade teacher at Bogue Sound $3.7 billion, which means cuts to
Elementary School in Newport, state institutions — including the
has been chosen as the Southeast University system — might not be
Region’s Teacher of the Year. as severe as expected.
Smith, one of nine teachers But the board will continue its
around the state to gain a regional discussion regarding the budget
distinction, is a North Carolina today among other issues ranging
Teaching Fellow. from tuition to campus safety.
She was named the 2010-11 Here are some of the big items
Carteret County Public School on the agenda:
System Teacher of the Year in May, n  The board will continue to
after which she became a regional plan for the upcoming cuts in state
finalist. funding.
She was visited at her school The system has been prepar-
by N.C. Department of Public ing for up to 15 percent cuts.
Instruction judges, who observed Furloughs, layoffs and early retire-
her in her classroom. ment incentives for tenured faculty
Smith majored in elementary are all on the table.
education and biology at UNC. Thousands of course sections
She has also taught in Raleigh and system-wide and entire degree
Durham. programs and departments could
also be slashed.
Students, Thorp participate The UNC system has lost $575
in national innovation talk million in state funding in the last
three years. The majority of those
UNC students and Chancellor cuts were on the administrative
Holden Thorp participated in a side, so this year universities are
digital town hall talk titled “Finding being forced to take on the aca-
Work, Finding Our Way: Building demic side.
the Economy & Jobs of the Future” n The board is also working
on Wednesday. toward changing the way it funds
The forum, which was spon- enrollment growth for universities.
sored by Microsoft and hosted by Former President Erskine Bowles
The Atlantic Magazine, was held in recommended linking enrollment
Washington, D.C. funding to graduation and reten-
It featured industry experts tion rates.
such as Treasury Secretary Tim Through this recommendation,
Geithner, Federal Communications the system plans to ask the N.C.
Commission Chairman Julius General Assembly for $45.8 mil-
Genachowski and Virginia Gov. lion for 2011-12.
Bob McDonnell, who answered dth/nivi umasankar UNC-Pembroke will not be
questions asked by students from Brandt Allen, Jared Hopkins and Thomas Grimes, ASG representatives of Western Carolina University, with Sen. Kathy Harrington at allowed to increase the size of
UNC and Miami University of the N.C. General Assembly on Wednesday. Delegates from 17 UNC-system schools were at the Students Day at the Capitol in Raleigh. its freshman class, and UNC-
Ohio, who participated in the Greensboro and Western Carolina

THE STUDENT LOBBY


forum by webcast. University will face restricted
Shruti Shah, a senior who was growth.
one of six students to participate n  Tuition proposals for all 16
from UNC, said that the event was campuses will be voted on to send
both interesting and pertinent to
college students, especially those UNC-system students “Some have been very realistic in saying there’s no to the N.C. General Assembly for
final approval.
entering the job market amidst a
challenging economy. take issues to capital money for increased education funding." The proposed increase for
undergraduate residents at UNC-
“I’m a senior,” she said. “I have a Jared Hopkins, vice president of student government at WEstern Carolina University CH is $313.
job, but a lot of my friends do not.” by seth cline n  The system will also begin to
Shah said that the panelists staff writer funding for financial aid, keeping tuition “Everyone’s been very receptive and some prepare for a decrease in federal
­—including Thorp — talked about RALEIGH — As drastic budget cuts revenues on campus and requesting fund- have been very realistic in saying there’s Pell Grants for the 2011-12 fiscal
the importance of innovation in loom, student government leaders from ing for enrollment growth. no money for increased education fund- year because it would put a greater
improving the economy, an issue across the state beset the N.C. General The association is funded by an annual $1 ing,” said Jared Hopkins, vice president of burden on the state’s resources for
she said should be addressed. Assembly Wednesday to plead for minimal fee from every student in the system. Funds student government at Western Carolina need-based aid.
“It was an honor to be a part of cuts to the UNC -system schools. help pay for delegates’ hotel and travel costs. University. n The board is also recommend-
it,” she said. At its annual Students Day at the Students met with every member of the “We just tried to emphasize the impor- ing that the budget for UNC-CH
Shah said UNC students submit- Capitol, the UNC Association of Student N.C. Senate’s education committee and tance of higher education and that there’s a be reduced by $158,225 for the
ted videos showcasing entrepre- Governments, a collection of delegates appropriations sub-committee, including direct relationship between education fund- current fiscal year because the
neurship at the University, which from all 17 UNC-system schools, discussed the Democratic leader Sen. Martin Nesbitt, ing and unemployment in North Carolina.” University exceeded the number of
were posted on The Atlantic web- the system’s funding with lawmakers as they D-Buncombe. The students’ lobbying efforts come in out-of-state freshman it is allowed
site prior to the event. begin to search for areas to cut. They also met with many of the corre- the wake of UNC-system President Thomas to enroll.
A total of 49 students lobbied for ASG’s sponding committee members in the N.C. The system requires universities
sports Briefs three legislative priorities: maintaining House. See lobbying, Page 11
NCAA upholds its ruling on See bog, Page 11
player McAdoo’s ineligibility
The NCAA has upheld its deci-
sion of permanent ineligibility
for junior defensive end Michael
UCommons defense responds Law students address
McAdoo.
“We appealed this decision
because we believed it was unfair
Defense denies all for the duration of the injunction on
election results.
president.
In the UCommons case, Medlin
trespassing incidents
and we continue to believe that,” but two complaints “There is a vote,” Union Director
Don Luse said. “We just don’t know
and Phillips were accused of not
responding to complaints of elec- Debate access, strike the balance between appro-
priate access and what needs to be
UNC athle tic direc tor Dick
Baddour said in a press release.
The University is still working by Brooke Hefner
what the vote is.”
Congress members Adam
tion law violations during the cam-
paign. If passed, the referendum safety concerns done to continue to ensure a safe
and supportive environment for
with the NCAA to resolve the pend- staff writer Horowitz and Leah Josephson would have raised student fees by students,” said Katie Bowler, assis-
ing case involving current football Student Body President Hogan and co-plaintiffs Chelsea Cook and $16 each year for 30 years, begin- By Chelsea Bailey tant dean for communications at
student-athlete Devon Ramsay. Medlin and Board of Elections Christopher Lane claimed that the ning in the 2011-12 academic year, staff writer the law school.
Chairman Andrew Phillips UCommons campaign lacked eli- to pay for renovations. Students from the UNC School Community members, including
responded today to claims that gibility and offered incentives for Medlin and Phillips said the of Law will meet at noon today people who live at the local Inter-
CITY Briefs they violated the Student Code in signatures. complaints against the UCommons to discuss how to balance stu- Faith Council for Social Services
Organizations fight poverty allowing for a Union renovation Medlin and Phillips denied referendum were not in violation dent safety and public access to Community House, frequently use
through social media game fee to go on the ballot. these claims, saying that the refer- of the code. University facilities in response to the computer and media facili-
The response comes after the endum does not apply to all aspects Phillips said that in the case of two instances of trespassing last ties at the law library, said Shelly
Urban Ministries of Durham Student Supreme Court enjoined of election law, some of which they election controversies, injunctions week. Mason, an IFC resident.
and the McKinney advertising to delay the release of election deemed vague. are common. School officials contacted the Mason said he comes to the
agency have teamed up to launch results. “While the plaintiffs have iden- “That’s what the plaintiffs asked Department of Public Safety twice library to read the papers and
the online game SPENT, which Their answer claims that those tified the relevant portion of the for and that’s what they got,” last week after students com- relax.
uses social media to educate people who brought the suit lacked stand- Student Code, the plaintiffs failed to Phillips said. plained about trespassers on the “I like to keep up with the local
about poverty, homelessness and ing to challenge their decision. demonstrate how they were directly Horowitz said he had no doubt school’s grounds. and national news,” Mason said.
the non-profit organization. Medlin and Phillips requested and adversely affected by the elec- that the case would move forward. Police issued one trespasser a “Eventually I think I’ll branch out
To play, log onto http://play- that the court deny the plaintiffs’ tion act,” Medlin and Phillips wrote. “I am confident that the injunc- warning and arrested the other and read about law because I like
spent.org. Gamers will be chal- demands for a court decision and “Simply citing the Student Code is tion will not be dismissed and that it after a background check showed to read about the old cases.”
lenged to make it through the lift the injunction. not adequate in establishing stan- will go to hearing,” Horowitz said. multiple warrants for his arrest. Third-year law student Shelly
month on their last $1,000, after Jessica Womack, chief justice of dards.” Tyler Mills, president of the The incident has sparked a larg- Anand said she worries the
losing their job and home while the court, said the court is waiting That’s similar to the action Carolina Union Activities Board, er conversation about how much debate over public access could
learning about how changes in until the briefs submission dead- Phillips took with regard to the said he does not mind waiting for access the public should have to lead to profiling of community
employment, housing, medical line passes at 5 p.m. today before injunction to delay release of the decision since construction of campus institutions. members.
costs and other expenses can cre- discussing the suit. the student body president elec- UCommons will not immediately As a public institution, the “I don’t think these individuals
ate unexpected shortfalls. Medlin and Phillips denied all tion results. Phillips said plaintiff be taking place. University cannot prevent mem- have any idea that all of these dis-
The game also allows users to but two of the seven allegations Deanna Santoro, the former speak- “We definitely would like to hear bers of the community from using cussions are going on,” she said.
donate money and find ways to get against them. They said they were er of Student Congress, lacked for some peace of mind,” he said. the library and other facilities, but Anand said it is possible for stu-
involved with Urban Ministries. without knowledge of one and standing because she was not students want to talk about ways dents to feel secure at the school
admitted to another in part. directly and adversely affected by Contact the University Editor they can improve safety.
-From staff and wire reports There is no specific time limit set Ian Lee running for student body at university@dailytarheel.com. “What we have to do now is See law school, Page 11
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Norman and Thomas to lead Campus Y


by Katia Martinez “I started getting involved with Allison Mackenzie Elizabeth McCain, a current They hope to acquire that diver-
staff writer Campus Y right after Carolina Norman Thomas Campus Y co-president, said sity through giving work-study
Though they’ve only worked Kickoff and I just went from there,” has been has a more Norman and Thomas come from students the opportunity to work
together for three weeks while Thomas said. volunteering administrative different backgrounds — but their at the Campus Y.
campaigning, the Campus Y’s new The pair chose each other as with the background in differences will mesh well. Even though they want to make
co-presidents say they complement running mates three weeks ago Campus Y for two years at “Allison comes with more of a changes to the group, Norman said
each other perfectly. and have been working on plans for volunteering and community per- its central message and purpose
three years. the Campus Y.
“My weaknesses match up with their administration ever since. spective, while Mackenzie has had will stay the same.
her strengths, so we’re a perfect “We ran unopposed so we didn’t more of an administrative back- “We are a group of people who
match,” said Allison Norman, half have much of a campaign,” Norman people know we aren’t a religious with the community, both on and ground,” McCain said. “I’m excited come together under the curtain of
of the Campus Y’s new presidential said. “We spent that time discuss- organization and we aren’t a gym,” off campus. to see what they can do with that social injustice to find ways to solve
pairing. ing our ideas and planning for the Norman said. “We want to give the Through continuing programs kind of teamwork.” it,” Norman said. “We represent
The other half of the self-pro- next year.” Campus Y a definite identity with like the Three Cups of Tea dis- Another goal of the new co-pres- it in so many different ways, and
claimed “dream team” is Mackenzie The duo has several goals for students.” cussions for students and faculty, idents is to make Campus Y a more that’s what’s great about Campus Y
Thomas. Both have been familiar next year. They say they want to In addition to giving their group they hope to bring the on-campus economically diverse group. and the people in it.”
faces in Campus Y, with Norman focus on helping students better an identity, both Norman and community together while hosting “We want to get people from all
being involved for three years and understand what Campus Y is. Thomas have a vision for the orga- more public events to raise overall kind of circumstances in the orga- Contact the University Editor
Thomas for two. “We want to make sure that nization to become more involved awareness of the group. nization,” Norman said. at university@dailytarheel.com.

‘Black Watch’ takes Iraq National and World News N&W

War to Memorial Hall Know more on


today’s top story:
Egypt’s vice president said he fears
escalating situation will turn to coup
CAIRO, Eg ypt (MCT) — tests are “very dangerous for soci-
Scottish national theater performs SEE ‘BLACK WATCH’
Detailed stories of the
Egyptian army’s abuse and Tensions rose in Egypt’s capital
Wednesday as the army con-
ety and we can’t put up with this
at all,” he said. “We don’t want to
Time: 7:30 Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday - torture of some of the pro-
Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday - Sunday testers: http://bit.ly/fB9GSK fronted protesters occupying deal with Egyptian society with
by Britton Alexander the arts.
Location: Memorial Hall (via The Guardian) new territory in front of the par- police tools.” He said he foresaw
staff writer “The theater has a very unique
Info: carolinaperformingarts.org Considering the potential liament building and the vice “the dark bats of the night emerg-
Memorial Hall is being and powerful ability to remind us
for a coup as opposed to the president warned of a possible ing to terrorize the people” if the
stormed. that these stories are real and that
opportunity left for dialogue: coup, saying demonstrations situation is not resolved. If dem-
Each night this weekend, 12 the soldiers who go and fight for sensitive equipment ­— including
http://bit.ly/ftj4tN (via the must end or “the dark bats of the onstrations against President
Scottish actors will take the stage to our freedom are real.” an award-winning sound system,
Telegraph) night” would emerge to terrorize Hosni Mubarak’s leadership
try to tackle the story of the Black Though all the actors are Scottish, she said.
See updated interactive the nation. continued, he said, the likeli-
Watch battalion in the Iraq War. the play is written to represent all “We have jet air crafts going over-
maps and slide shows of the Vice President Omar hood is that “a coup happens,
Presented by the National soldiers in war, Kang said. head and bombs going off,” she said.
protests: http://nyti.ms/cntj4g Suleiman, who has until now which would mean uncalculated
Theatre of Scotland as a part of In addition to performing, the “It does sound like it’s inside you.”
(via The New York Times) presented himself as a soft-spo- and hasty steps, including lots of
the Carolina Performing Arts cast and crew will visit four or five An intimate seating arrange-
ken voice of reason in discus- irrationalities.”
International Theater Festival, classes at UNC, Michelle Bordner, ment will bring the emotions,
sions with opposition leaders, A coup could come from
“Black Watch” aims to capture director of artist relations for the histories and psychologies of the Go to dailytarheel.com/ sounded rattled as he warned of within the regime, the army, the
what it means to be a part of a office of the executive director of soldiers to the forefront. index.php/section/state to tougher measures in comments police or intelligence services —
military deployment. the arts, wrote in an e-mail. With bleacher seating both discuss the most recent to Egyptian newspaper editors which he used to lead — or the
The Black Watch, a branch of Members of the ensemble will upstage and downstage, each per- developments in Egypt. published Wednesday. The pro- opposition, Suleiman warned.
the Royal Regiment of Scotland, discuss their careers as well as the formance allows for only about 240
became known after a controver- play’s creation and its importance in guests — a steep decline from the
sial deployment to Iraq in 2003. the modern world, Bordner said. usual 1,434.
The battalion was sent against the
will of British Parliament to aid U.S.
Since its debut in 2006, “Black
Watch” has generally featured an
“Black Watch” has already
been performed in Los Angeles,
Americans rate Obama higher in handling foreign a≠airs
troops near Baghdad. Three of its older cast. But for this tour, direc- Washington, D.C. and New York LOS ANGELES (MCT) — of the economy, the deficit and but significantly more people
members were killed by a car bomb, tor John Tiffany cast men in their to rave reviews. Americans generally give the taxes than how he was seen deal- disapproved of his handling of
making the controversial deploy- twenties instead. “The piece doesn’t try to push president worse marks for his han- ing with foreign issues, especially Afghanistan, 46 percent, than of
ment infamous in Great Britain. “These actors are exactly the political points too hard,” Swallow dling of domestic issues than for the political crises in Egypt and Egypt, 32 percent. But the presi-
The play’s writer, Gregory ages of soldiers that would be there said. how he deals with foreign affairs, Afghanistan. dent’s approval rating fell sharply
Burke, conducted interviews with overseas,” Kang said. Kang said the play is instead a according to a Gallup poll released According to the poll, 48 per- when it came to domestic issues.
about 50 of the Scottish soldiers, Gemma Swallow, production reminder that soldiers are human. Wednesday. cent of Americans approved of Only 27 percent said they approved
laying out the emotional founda- manager for “Black Watch,” said “They are not robots,” he said. With the 2012 presidential how Obama handled foreign affairs of how Obama was dealing with
tion for the play. that the play uses special produc- “They are our sons and daughters election cycle beginning to pick up compared with 45 percent who the federal deficit while 68 percent
“ The play is so important tion techniques — few of which and nieces and nephews.” momentum, the poll found that disapproved. Forty-seven percent disapproved. On the general econ-
because I think we have a ten- could be disclosed. Obama was rated worse on key approved of the president’s han- omy, 37 percent said they approved
dency to depersonalize war,” said The production requires its own Contact the Arts Editor voter issues such as his handling dling of Egypt and Afghanistan, while 60 percent disapproved.
Emil Kang, executive director for set of stage hands to handle the at arts@dailytarheel.com.

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ENTERTAIN DATE Your

! TRYTHESE:

1. IF YOU’RE WOOING
THE CAROLINA GIRL
As you escort her from Granville to La
2. IF YOU’RE WOOING
THE CHEAP DATE
In preparation, check the paper and the
Residence, fling a fleece over her shoul- Internet for restaurant coupons. On the
ders. It says consideration but projects day of the date, save gas and leave the
affection. She had Busch and Burnette’s car behind. Walking is far more roman-
last night, so treat her to some Smirnoff tic anyhow. Follow up your discounted
and she’ll be smitten. Stroll through dinner with a three-dollar movie at the
McCorkle, but be wary of attempts to Varsity and a moonlit stroll back to his
sit under Davie Poplar. — Joe Faile or her place. — Tom Bodo

3. IF YOU’RE WOOING
THE INTELLECTUAL 4. IF YOU’RE WOOING
THE MUSIC LOVER
Your summer abroad has put you in Even if you’re short on cash or creativ-
touch with other cultures, so share ity, a date with a music geek is easy.
some “authentic customs” you learned Head to Carrboro’s All Day Records and
for sharing affection with your date. pick out a record or two from its great
Close the night with “Dr. Strangelove” selection of used vinyl. Take them back
and remind her that Chaucer was the to your place and listen to it together
first person to have a written record of — bonus points if it’s over a homemade
Valentine’s Day. ­— Lyle Kendrick dinner or dessert. — Allison Hussey

5. IF YOU’RE WOOING
THE VALENTINE’S AMATEUR
Sad but true — there are some poor souls out there who have never done Valentine’s
Day up right. For the amateur, cook heart-shaped pancakes for dinner and grab
some red velvet cupcakes for desert. If you’re willing to shell out some dough, spring
for flowers, chocolate and the cheesiest teddy bear you can find. — Linnie Greene

DIVE’S GUIDE TO VALENTINE’S DAY ‘11

HAPPILY O
NCE UPON A TIME, a greeting card
company wanted to make more money off
of lovelorn suckers, and thus, Valentine’s

EVER
Day was born. Or so the folklore goes.

TOGETHER
But don’t let our sarcasm get you down — whether
you’re a dour cynic or a sugar-coated, candy heart
romantic, this week’s Dive is your guide to suf-
fering or smooching through this controversial

SOLO
OR

holiday. If you’re catching a flick with the object


of your affection or drowning your sorrows in a
box of drug store chocolates, check out our picks
for dates, movies and songs and wallow or swoon
to your heart’s content. Single or taken, the month

ENTERTAIN SELF
of February has its fair share of cringe-inducing
Your cuteness, so read on for a much-needed reprieve.
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scoop out your eyes,” as Barry dis- and loving. - Mark Niegelsky VIS
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closes his urge to “smash [your face]
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the funeral reception for his ex’s talists, and moviegoers alike can
father, Rob (John Cusack) and his rejoice in this intercultural union.
ex end up having sex in the car to - Lyle Kendrick

PLAYTHESE:
• “Owner of a Lonely Heart” — • “Heart of Sadness” — Sonny
Yes and the Sunsets
• “Epitaph for My Heart” — The • “Affair of the Heart” — Rick
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dovey content. Or, if you’d prefer, you can take your
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Album from the Vaults: same way twice and with members
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people important album from one of the best gui-
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Anastasio list Django as an influ-
Pipe
West African musician Diali The show will also feature Info: www.nightlightclub.com
Cissokho recalls a time when, dur- Chapel Hill’s The Lizzy Ross Band good messages of ence? That’s so sexy.” Local 506 | If you’ve seen a local
band with an awesome poster,
ing a stint abroad, he and a friend
went to play a show at a restaurant.
and The Brand New Life, a band
from Greensboro that creates
down from generation to genera-
tion and are said to have deep con- love and peace.” Movie from the Vaults: chances are it’s by Ron Liberti,
“Trapped in the Closet”: R. Kelly’s artist and vocalist for Pipe. After a
After a while, Cissokho noticed a world-music fusion. nections to spiritual, social and
man in the audience listening to political powers.
Diali Cissokho, musician hip-hopera begins with a one- tour with Arches of Loaf and Polvo,
With the recent addition of injuries led to the end of Pipe, but
night stand gone awry and follows
his songs and crying. Mamadou Mbengue, a West African He also says that the kora has Cissokho promises a good time. Friday night, they’re back . The
Sylvester (Kelly) over 22 episodes.
During a break, Cissokho musician known for his skill on the started becoming incorporated into “West African music can be very Breaks and Bastages open.10 p.m.,
The R&B singer manages to drag the
approached the man and asked talking drum, The Brand New Life genres like hip-hop, jazz, reggae expressive, and I try to express my $5
same song on for an hour and a half
why he was crying. The man has added Mbengue’s West African and blues. As for himself, Cissokho message or story clearly regardless
and ends in a dramatically unsatisfy- saturday
replied that he had a girlfriend influences to the sound. Bassist is the first in his very traditional of language,” says Cissokho. “I was
ing “TO BE CONTINUED.” It might
who he loved very much, even Seth Barden of The Brand New family to electrify the kora and mix always taught that musicians carry WXYC Valentine’s Dance Party
leave your Valentine wondering if
though she was always stringing Life is the principal coordinator it with Western instruments. a lot of influence, a lot of power,
it’s you who’s trapped in the closet. Nightlight | Bring your date and
him along. He told Cissokho he for the event. “I find that I don’t like to stay and that it’s not right to abuse this
heard him singing about love, and The event is also a showcase for strictly to the traditional style. It’s power. I don’t believe in singing Events: get your pregame grind on for
it made him cry. Yet Cissokho, who the kora, the 21-stringed instru- difficult to find the correct mixture about things that are bad or not Valentine’s Day. DJ sets by Andy
Thursday Sullivan, Nicole Campbell, Heart
is Senagalese, was singing in his ment that is sometimes described of styles and instruments, but I important.”
native Manding. as a cross between a harp and a think it helps me really experience Much like his experience with Tapes ‘n Tapes Pressure and Bruce Dickenson. 9:30
“This man couldn’t understand lute. my music,” he said. “Any instrument the crying man, the Senegalese p.m., $5
Cat’s Cradle | With influences like
any of the words of my song, but Cissokho has been playing the you want to try, I like to try to mix musician hopes to transcend bar- sUnday
Pavement and the Beach Boys,
from the sound of the music, the kora since he was six years old, with the kora — any instruments riers this weekend. it’s no wonder that Tapes ‘n Tapes’ Veelee
tone and the melody — from my and he says that while the kora has can go together some way.” “I want to teach people impor- brand of indie rock is Pitchfork
body language and facial expres- always had an important place in This kind of creativity will be tant lessons from my life experi- King’s Barcade | Celebrating the
approved. Oberhofer opens. 8 p.m., second anniversary of their first
sions, my language didn’t matter. traditional celebrations, it has only more than welcome on Friday. ences and share good messages of $16
He could hear my message in this recently found a place in Senagalese “At Nightlight, our mission is love and peace. Used in the right live show and Valentine’s Eve,
song despite the language,” says popular music. always to support creativity and way, music can have incredible The Big Picture Veelee will take to the stage with
Cissokho. “This is what I love about In Senegal, Cissokho was born experimentation, and I think it’s power and influence, and this is pop and dangerously catchy tunes.
Tir na nog | If you can make the
West African music.” into a family of Manding griots, really awesome to take this tradi- what I like about sharing this style Juan Huevos will help open up the
Thursday night trek out to Durham
Audience members will get to the musician caste. Mande society tional instrument and show how of music with audiences new and night with his bizarre visuals — ter-
and you’re old enough to consume,
experience a similar dissolution holds the griot to be a historian, it’s continued today,” says venue old.” rorists on beaches? — and even
this edition of Local Band Local
of cultural and language barriers advisor, praise-singer and storytell- owner Alexis Mastromichalis. more outlandish indie rap. Think
Beer will be worth way more than
Friday night during The Senegal er. Cissokho says that these inher- And even if you have never Contact the Diversions Editor the gas money. The Big Picture has M.C. Chris in a grown man’s body.
Connection, an event celebrating ited traditions have been passed heard West African music before, at diversions@dailytarheel.com. yet to play one of their songs the Motor Skills opens. 9:30 p.m., $5

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Q&A: A CHAT WITH BIRDS AND ARROWS


If you’ve procrastinated on com- lar way, like the sleeves are these
ing up with Valentine’s Day week- handmade collages, basically, and TAKE A DATE
end plans, fear not. On Friday this is a five-song — basically an Time: 8:30 p.m., Friday
night, Chapel Hill’s Birds and EP, but it’s downloads. There’s no Location: Carrboro ArtsCenter
Arrows will offer fans a preview actual CD, but you get the same 300-G East Main St.
of their upcoming record, “We’re handmade collage. Info: www.artscenterlive.org
Gonna Run.” The band aims to
make it a Carrboro date night,
Dive: This is a part of Tom we haven’t done.”
Maxwell’s Universal Project. What
as the evening falls on the same
exactly is it, and how did you get Dive: How has your sound
evening as the town’s monthly changed since your last record?
involved with it?
ArtWalk. What will the new album sound
This week, Dive staff writer AC: We heard about Tom like?
Allison Hussey sat down with hus- Maxwell ’s Universal Project
band-wife duo Andrea and Pete through Lost in the Trees’ last AC: I think it’s different, but
Connolly and cellist Josh Starmer interview that they did with him, the main way I’ve been seeing it
to chat about this weekend’s upcom- and then through Melissa Thomas, is that I feel like it maintains the
ing show. who runs our record label. And we honesty of our old music, but it’s
know Tom, but we didn’t know too showing that we’re branching out.
Diversions: For the pre- much about the Universal. And Josh can probably be a little
sale, you buy a ticket and get a digi-
But when I heard that interview less —I don’t know. I’m so in the
tal download to five new songs and
with Lost in the Trees, I thought middle of writing it. You hear it,
a handmade piece of art. Why did
that they’re really open and honest and you write a part.
you decide to incentivize it?
about what the songs are about. JS: I think the songwriting
Andrea Connolly : They play a song and then they talk is a lot more complex than it has
I think it’s because we always about the song, and we thought been in the past. It’s not quite as
really enjoy adding artwork onto they’ve only done this Universal simple. It’s kind of interesting. On
our music anyway, and then in a Project as a sit-down interview one hand, we’re trying new things
scene that’s full of amazing bands that’s just the band and Tom. But I and we’re branching out, but on
where people have twenty choices, thought, “How cool would it be to the other hand, I also feel like we’re
you have to incentivize somehow, do it live, in front of people?” It’s focusing.
because there’s so many choices. almost like Storytellers — We’ve tried some new things,
Pete Connolly: You have PC: — from the ’90s — we’ve kind of branched out with
to have something to step it up. new, what I think are more well-
AC: — a resurgence from the crafted songs and just sort of COURTESY of BILL HUDSON/BIRDS and ARROWS
AC: And we want people to ’90s. But we thought that by includ- focused on that as that’s the way Birds and Arrows is comprised of husband-wife duo Pete and Andrea Connolly and cellist Josh Starmer. The
remain excited about the record. ing Tom, we would just maybe we’re going to make our sound. trio will play its new album and talk about its inspiration this Friday evening at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro.
I think because we know we have broaden the audience in general,
to sit on these tracks that we’ve and people that have interest in
recorded and that we’re really excit- his projects and his interviews, and
ed about for a few more months then also combine that with us lik-
while they’re being manufactured, ing to share our stories about the
we can’t wait to share them. We songs with our audience.
want people to hear them.
Dive: So it’s not going to be so
PC: Maybe not so much a few much like a standard show?
months as like a month and a
half.
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AC: I think we’re going to play
AC: Well, two months, and
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Sanctum Unfortunately, the only thing look at the screenplay and left it to movie psycho, and while she and
“Sanctum” shares with these sig- drown. Sara are theoretically briefly best
nificantly better films is the use of friends, their relationship comes
the color blue. -Lam Chau off as too absurdly awkward to
In what is undeniably another seem plausible.
quick cash into the infectious The Roommate Secondary characters fare no
3-D craze, “Sanctum” follows the better. Sara’s beau Stephen (Cam
descent of five uninteresting char- Gigandet) is an incredibly smug
acters into a massive underground Beginning college is a difficult frat boy who is unable to wipe the
cave in New Guinea. Only as a period, with factors like leav- ever-present shit-eating grin off
colossal storm begins to flood and ing home, choosing classes and his face, even during a potentially
displace the oxygen within the cave meeting new people causing an deadly fracas.
is the film’s uninspired conflict cre- immense amount of stress. Generic party girl Tracy is just
ated. “The Roommate” is here to add as one-dimensional, flashing par-
There is some side drama, like one more concern to the equation: tygoers in contrast to Sara’s more
the father-son tension between pro- room with a random pick and you demure demeanor.
tagonists Frank (Richard Roxburgh) might as well be signing your own No one expects high art out of
and Josh (Rhys Wakefield), but death warrant. a thriller like this, and all of these
overall these minor storylines fail Sara Matthews (Minka Kelly) shortcomings might have been
to deliver any emotional impact. is a newly arrived freshman at the forgiven if the film chose to add
Unlike the projections coming University of Los Angeles and is plenty of camp and over-the-top
from the screen, the characters dealing with all the usual college bloodshed.
prove to be dreary and one-dimen- movie trappings of making hot new But instead the movie seems
sional. friends and attending impossibly dedicated to absolute boredom,
As a universal truth in the movie The copious amounts of yelling wild parties. with bloodless violence, uninspired
industry, the surest way to prede- from the cast are annoying, to say Sara begins to suspect some- dialogue and a lackluster climax.
termine the quality of a film is to the least, and become mindless thing might be amiss with her To its credit, it may be the first film
look and see if a producer is heavily background noise after a short crazy-eyed assigned roommate to somehow make random lesbian
advertised within the trailer. while. Rebecca (Leighton Meester) makeouts seem tedious.
Generally, this is done to com- Riddled with cheesy one-liners when she begins to break out in “The Roommate” could’ve easily
pensate for an otherwise poor and simpleminded dialogue, the overprotective rages and tattoos been good lowbrow entertainment,
movie. poor script proves how little of a the name of Sara’s dead sister on but it takes itself too seriously.
Such is the case with Sanctum, in foundation the film’s premise ini- her chest. Unlike Sara, the audience can’t
which “James Cameron,” “Titanic” tially had. The latter highlights the film’s change rooms, but they’ll probably
and “Avatar” are some of the first Although the idea of “Sanctum” inability to present characters as want to leave the theater.
things to appear during advertise- plays well to Cameron’s strengths, more than vague and stereotypi-
ments. he should have taken only one cal sketches. Rebecca is your stock -Mark Niegelsky

musicshorts
The Luyas With such an amalgama- of lyrical ploy can’t mask the faulty
Full of trippy melodies, contrast- tion, the album takes the listener foundation.
ing moods and a strange yet func- on a trip that transcends time. Neal employs his powerful voice
tional array of instrumentation, Too Contemporary rock and experi- at the wrong times, creating awk-
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Beautiful to Work, the sophomore mental styles are underscored by ward spans of lingering falsetto that
egafaun’s Phil Cook shredded on the banjo at a album from Montreal’s The Luyas, classical instrumentation — clari- evoke emotion but kill the songs’
January show at Raleigh’s King’s Barcade. It was is ambitious yet well-constructed. net, French horn, violin and cello pulse. His voice is similar to that
The album is a patchwork of to name a few — and everything of Adam Duritz of Counting Crows
the band’s first show as a four-piece — Mark many different sounds. Soft, mod- is drenched in reverberated ’60s or the innumerable contemporary
Paulson joined Joe Westerlund and brothers Brad and Phil est vocals are backed by hectic psych pop. Christian acts (sans the worship-
drum beats, the warm tones of an With its wide range of tones the ping). Vultures and Diamonds is
Cook to fill in instrumentals, from piano to bass to violin. electric organ and the plinking album runs the emotional gamut. feeble when it comes to a definable
of a moodswinger, an eccentric The record opens with the cheer- sound – funky bass solos and pia-
12-string instrument. All of this is ful, upbeat title track reminiscent nos dilute the consistency of acous-
too beautiful to work accompanied by wind instruments of a summer’s day. With the mel- tic guitar and soulful vocals. Neal

got gender?
Got Gender? is a psych pop and a string section arranged by ancholic, repetitive melody of the switches back and forth between
week of programs acclaimed composer and perform- moodswinger and chilling wind influences so often that it’s hard to
that foster critical
er Owen Pallett. and string accompaniments in keep up with the manic pace.
dialogues about
gender and its “Canary,” The Luyas can also be as Songs such as “Rag Doll Day” and
February 14-18, 2011 impact on daily life. cold as a Canadian winter. “Diamonds” are hard pills to swal-
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groundbreaking analysis of advertising to the contemporary rhythm and blues with this vague songs can only cement one thing —
commercial landscape in this provocative new documentary statement, drawing on appeal rath- a calamity.
about gender as a ritualized commercial performance. er than truth. -Joe Faile
Fag Jokes, Fishnets, and Fiances: How Narrow Gender Vultures and Diamonds con-
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‘Sanitation 2’ present
case in appeals hearing
Waste collectors
seek reparations
by Holly Beilin
staff writer
The public hearing for one mem-
ber of the “Sanitation 2” was held
Wednesday night, as the pair con-
tinued a fight to regain their jobs.
Chapel Hill’s Personnel Appeals
Committee heard the case of former
solid waste collector Clyde Clark at
the Chapel Hill Public Library.
The hearing for Kerry Bigelow,
another fired waste collector, was
held Feb. 3.
Before the committee heard tes-
timonies from Clark, town officials
and two anonymous witnesses over
the phone, local citizens gathered to
sing and protest with signs outside
the library.
“I appreciate the supporters. I love
them,” Bigelow said. “Many people in
town that are staying silent should
be out here because this doesn’t just
affect me and Clyde.
“This is not just about Chapel dth file/jamie emmerman
Hill but also about the entire racist Clyde Clark, a former Chapel Hill sanitation worker, speaks on his dth/bj dworak
system in all cities across the state.” unjust termination at a rally. A public hearing was held on Wednesday. In his Cameron Indoor Stadium debut, UNC’s freshman guard Kendall Marshall tries to penetrate the Duke
Clark and Bigelow said they defense. Compared to just one turnover, Marshall was the source of four first-half assists. He ended with six.
were fired because of activity with me, race is not the issue.” reason the investigation began.
the N.C. Public Service Workers’
Union and because of two griev-
Another phone witness, identi-
fied as Ms. Johnson, called the men
“In the town, grievances can
be filed by any private employee,” Duke misses from Reggie Bullock.
“My shots weren’t falling for me
ing his fingers and flipping through
the final stats with a blue pen.
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ances they filed Sept. 17 citing “hostile and inappropriate.” Norris said. tonight,” Bullock said. “I just got to “The aggressive team that plays
dangerous conditions, unfair prac- She later hung up on the phone “Do we love grievances? No. But kept Singler grounded to 3-for-17 get back in the gym and work on with the most intensity can usu-
tices and racial discrimination in call when questioned by members the process is that we deal with any shooting and 10 points. my shot.” ally make up for a lot of deficits,”
the department. of the committee. grievances in a timely manner.” But when Singler and his 3-ball Duke players filed into their he said.
“We wanted a better system Johnson also testified via phone Bigelow said that besides being weren’t finding the net, someone locker room shouting after cap- The coach couldn’t mark on
because as long as the guys are out the week before at Bigelow’s hear- reinstated to his job, he also is else for Duke was hitting. And on turing their third straight vic- paper exactly what went wrong. He
there, they’re in danger, and I’m ing, which Bigelow said was an searching for an apology, reparation the opposite side of the court, UNC tory against their rivals. UNC’s couldn’t circle a lack of intensity.
praying for the guys because it won’t unfair tactic. for lost working time, new manage- couldn’t find its stroke. The Tar locker room was as somber as a
be long before someone gets hurt, “I thought that was biased to let ment and the dismantling of the Heels went 0-for-6 in the second funeral. Contact the Sports Editor
and the blood will be on the town,” someone call in like that,” Bigelow racist system. half from 3-land, including three Atop the stairs Williams sat, lick- at sports@dailytarheel.com.
Clark said during the hearing. said. “Who knows who it was?” The committee will make a rec-
Anonymous witnesses that
claimed to be citizens who had com-
Bigelow and Clark were fired
after being placed on paid admin-
ommendation to Town Manager
Roger Stancil within 14 days. Run tapped the offensive rebound out
to a wide open Seth Curry.
From there, Duke’s experience
and some hot Seth Curry shooting
from page 1
plained about the pair called in to istrative leave Sept. 20. Chapel Stancil then has 14 days to rule Curr y promptly canned a closed the rest of the gap and kept
testify against Clark. Hill Public Works Director Lance on the case. seconds later, a Nolan Smith 3-pointer. UNC at bay.
“I had to go every week to rake Norris cited citizens’ complaints 3-pointer fell through the net. Two possessions, eight points But the spot where the Tar Heels
up trash in the street,” said one wit- regarding inappropriate behavior Contact the City Editor Eight point game. and a once-robust 12-point lead let the game get away was in that
ness, identified as Ms. Jones. “For and poor job performance as the at city@dailytarheel.com. “It’s very tough, and that’s just had been shaved all the way down two minute span just after the start
something we need to get better to four. of the second half.
election have a little information.”
Santoro said she hopes the stu-
future, she said.
“Patience is a virtue,” Santoro
at,” Tyler Zeller said. “I made the
mistakes, and I know I have to get
“Unfortunately, we couldn’t
counter it,” forward John Henson
“ They kept knocking down
shots (after offensive rebounds)
from page 1
dent body will be patient for the said. “And in this case that virtue better personally.” said. “That’s all we had to do was and that was a big part of it for
powerless to release them. court’s ruling. is justice.” Two possessions later, Smith counter it and we still would have them,” Henson said.
“Someone knows what the The case could set a precedent went to the line for two. won the game, but it was a tough
results are,” said candidate Mary for the thoroughness of investi- Contact the University Editor After nailing the first, he missed loss. We have to learn from this Contact the Sports Editor
Cooper. “It would just be great to gations affecting students in the at university@dailytarheel.com. the second – and again, Singler and get better.” at sports@dailytarheel.com.

bolowich
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candidate.
The news of Bolowich’s depar-
ture came as a surprise to Somoano,
who said he did not know Bolowich
had been thinking about leaving.
Bolowich visited Creighton this past
weekend and told his team he was
leaving Wednesday afternoon.
“It was a total surprise,” said
Eddie Ababio, who played for
Bolowich from 2006-10. “Three
Final Four appearances, we were
very close to the top right now, so it
was a total shock to hear about it.”
Bolowich takes over a Jays
team that won the Missouri Valley
Conference regular-season champi-
onship and advanced to the second
Minor
round of the NCAA Tournament
before losing to SMU in PKs.
Creighton does not have a foot- in Writing
for the Screen and Stage
ball program and boasts a 6,000-
seat state-of-the-art soccer facil-
ity in Morrison Stadium. The Jays
were eighth in the nation in atten-
dance this season with an average
of 2,277 spectators per home game,
about 600 more than UNC aver-
aged. Though Creighton Associate
Director of Sports Information Rob Here’s your chance to study at UNC with award-winning
writers, directors and producers
Simms said he did not know how
much Bolowich would be paid, his
prior salary at UNC was $91,052.
“I don’t think it was a salary
Graduates of this program have already earned these professional credits:
thing at all,” Simms said. “Men’s
soccer is our number one sport in
the fall and it’s not behind football
or even women’s soccer as it might • Student Oscar (most promising young filmmaker) from the
be the case at your place. It’s just
something where the community
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
really does rally around.”
Bolowich came to UNC as an
• Writer for the TV hit “Scrubs”
assistant to Anson Dorrance in
1986 and became head coach in
• Writers and Producers of three plays at the
1989. Since then, Bolowich has New York International Fringe Festival
compiled a record of 280-144-40
and guided the Tar Heels to 15 • Script sold to major Hollywood producer
NCAA Tournament berths and the
2001 national championship.
Bolowich goes out after a banner Students interested in the WRITING FOR THE SCREEN AND STAGE minor must be of junior
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ACC regular-season championship
for the first time in school history (any of which can be waived). Students must submit a recommendation from a previous
and made it to the NCAA semifi- instructor (English 130 or other) and an appropriate writing sample (a short story; screenplay
nals before falling to Louisville 2-1 – short or feature length; play – one act or longer; or the first two chapters of a novel).
on a last-minute goal. Bolowich
was named ACC Coach of the Year, Submissions must include the student’s name, email address, telephone number and PID,
the second time in his career he has
won the award. and should be emailed to Professor David Sontag (sontag@email.unc.edu) or delivered to
“He’s definitely a player’s coach the Communication Studies office in 115 Bingham. Students who are invited to participate
and he has a lot of confidence in in the minor will be notified by March 16, 2011.
his players,” said Jalil Anibaba, who
played his senior season at UNC
after transferring from Santa Clara.
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Lobbying law school “I don’t think that bog n Universities have been coordi-
nating with local police departments
results of two studies that looked at
the rising cost of textbooks and the
from page 1

Ross’s announcement that schools


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while maintaining public access.


these individuals from page 1

to cap out-of-state enrollment for


for the past two years to extend their
law enforcement jurisdiction.
impact of programs, such as rental
and guaranteed buyback, that have
could see up to a 15 percent cut, or “Poverty is very real and we can’t have any idea that freshman classes at 18 percent. The board will be discussing reduced the financial burden on
a $405 million reduction in fund- be responsible, as a legal institu- The fall 2010 enrollment report that initiative and others related students.
ing. tion, for criminalizing that pov- all of these discus- showed that UNC-CH went beyond to campus safety.
Though the students’ discus-
sions with legislators might not
erty,” she said.
DPS spokesman Randy Young sions are going on.” the cap for the second consecutive
year.
n Members of the budget and
finance committee will review the
Contact the State & National
Editor at state@dailytarheel.com.
result in more funding, that’s not said students’ safety and comfort
Shelly anand, law student
necessarily the goal of the Students is the department’s first priority.
Day at Congress event, said Arjay “If there are folks that are picious activity at the school.
Quizon, student body president of harassing or approaching stu- Bowler said two men were found
UNC-Pembroke. dents and displaying suspicious rifling through refrigerators where
“We could write letters to the behavior, we ask that students let students store their lunches.
legislators about our priorities if us know and we will investigate,” After an official questioned
that was the most important part Young said. their activities and the men left
of today,” Quizon said. “We really do need to take the building to smoke, the official
“The mere fact that we students advantage of students, staff and contacted campus police. Police
went out of our way sends a mes- faculty being our eyes and ears in issued the men trespassing warn-
Cocaine dealer jailed
sage that we’re really serious about these situations.” ings which will last two years and A defendant in the 2009 cocaine
what we’re asking for.” Campus police responded to a prohibit them from being on UNC’s bust was sentenced to nearly two
Showing up in person also puts
faces to the issue of university
complaint on Feb. 3 that a man was
acting suspiciously in the Kathrine
campus, Young said.
Anand said parameters should
games years in prison. See pg. 3 for story.

funding, said Deanna Santoro, the R. Everett Law Library. be defined reasonably. © 2009 The Mepham Group. All rights reserved.
Budget cutters to meet
associate vice president of legisla- Police questioned Mark Johnson “If an individual is homeless The state’s budget shortfall could
tive public affairs for ASG. and discovered that there were and they are trespassing or pub- Level: 1 2 3 4
be $1 billion less than expected. See
“What’s important about today is multiple outstanding warrants for licly intoxicated, then there are pg. 3 for story.
being able to make those personal his arrest in counties across the options,” Anand said. “But I think Complete the grid
connections,” Santoro said. state. that calling the police should be a so each row, column
“Legislators often forget what it Johnson was arrested and last resort.” Watch ‘Black Watch’
and 3-by-3 box (in
means to be a student and when detained in Orange County Jail on bold borders) con- Scottish actors will tell the story of
they sit down and talk with us, it Feb. 3. The next day, campus police Contact the University Editor tains every digit 1 the Black Watch battalion in the Iraq
sometimes enlightens them and responded to another report of sus- at university@dailytarheel.com. to 9. War. See pg. 4 for story.
makes them re-prioritize what’s
important.” Solution to Presidents get cracking
The financial impact of the day Wednesday’s puzzle
Campus Y’s new presidents want
remains to be seen, but at the least
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EDITORIAL CARTOON By Guile Contreras, gcontrer@email.unc.edu
departure of coach elmar bolowich

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lovin it, on the injunction on sbp election results

No such LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

thing as This year’s SBP election


disgraceful, must improve
Hilton “Butch” Davis as a sym-
bolic gesture representing my
displeasure with the ridiculous

an ideal TO THE EDITOR:


After four wonderful years
here, UNC has found a large cor-
nature of this year’s campaign
for student body president.
After reading The Daily Tar

situation ner in my heart, so as a graduat-


ing senior, I would like to express
my concern for the future of this
Heel’s coverage of the campaign,
I could not cast a ballot for any of
the SBP candidates in good con-

L
great university. The strength science. A number of the ideas
ove your body. At least of our university lies within our tossed about by all of the candi-

Write and wrong


that’s what the National student body, with our student dates, per usual, are ridiculous
Organization for Women government and student body and are not feasible.
says you should do. Its ongo- president acting as our repre- Further, I read about the Board
ing campaign for positive body sentatives. of Elections hearing at which the
image encourages women to see
through the smoke and mirrors Mandatory writing classes for all students is the However, the past few days
of election drama has shown
disqualification of Rick Ingram
was considered. The hearing
and Photoshop used in the media,
and to celebrate their own natural wrong way to ensure their skills are up to par that our student government is
in shambles. We have a lawsuit
was described as “bizarre” and
was centered on the candidate

A
bodies. But has anyone told you brought against the Board of campaigning in a “malicious and
lately to love your vagina? plan to require all under- ability, such as the SAT and AP who truly need help writing —
Elections and SBP candidates harmful manner.”
As the demand for genital graduates to take a writ- exams. all for the sake of redundant
blatantly breaking rules and My sincere hope is that the
cosmetic surgery rises, it is grow- ing course in an attempt The University shouldn’t education. using disgraceful tactics to run article is a parody of actual
ing clearer that body image no to remedy a perceived lack of reward mastery of Calculus AB If the University is that con- campaigns. One of my house- events; this is not a middle
longer applies to just breast size ability among students would or U.S. History with exemp- cerned about whether those mates commented today, “Look school popularity contest.
or waistline. be inefficient, ill-timed and tions and not do the same for students who are exempt by how far we’ve come from Eve Frankly, we’re all adults and
Some women are now feeling undermined by its own breadth. writing. Students should not be exam deserve their exemptions, Carson. She was the best stu- need to act like it. I find it dif-
pressure to change their genitals The problem could be better forced to pay thousands of dol- it ought to make the qualifica- dent body president we’ve seen ficult to take any of these con-
to conform to an ideal. in our four years.” And I must say cerns seriously and I am fearful
addressed by making exemp- lars to relearn something that tions for exemption more strin-
And now the $64,000 ques- I wholeheartedly agree with this for the future of my country if
tion: What are these ideal female tions by exam more difficult. they have demonstrated they gent. If the current exams do
Currently, 60.5 percent of have already learned. not test what the University statement. these are the political leaders of
genitals? Eve was an SBP who fought tomorrow.
Vanessa Shick of Indiana freshmen test out of English Additionally, if the University feels is important, it ought to
101 while 29 percent test out of now requires all undergradu- mandate its own. and cared for the student body Additionally, I read that
University sought to answer this and acted with integrity. She candidate Ian Lee is in direct
very query in the latest Journal English 102 as well. The propo- ates to take a writing class, it And if professors still don’t violation of the Student Code.
earned her votes from the stu-
of Sex Research, and where else sition to eliminate these exemp- must find a way to accommo- feel that a student is writing well, dent body and brought respect to The incompetence of the BOE
could she turn but fellow journal tions comes in response to con- date the increased demand for they shouldn’t be afraid to let the student government. So look at continues a trend of ineptitude
Playboy Magazine? cerns from faculty that students seats in these classes. student’s grade reflect that fact. where we are today. It’s disheart- stretching back for years.
Schick analyzed 647 monthly can’t perform the writing that is This means either creating There are numerous resources ening to know that this is the last Candidates: thanks but no
centerfolds from Playboy, dat- required of them. new sections, an unlikely prop- that students can turn to for SBP election I will participate in thanks, I hope you resign on
ing back to their first issue in The purpose of the writ- osition in a year dominated so help in the form of the Writing and it leaves me wondering, with your first day and appoint Butch
December 1953. In addition to a lack of confidence, if the future Davis.
scoring each model’s general phy-
ing class is to teach students strongly by budget cuts, or Center, peer tutoring or even
how to write at a college level. existing sections must be made choosing to take a writing class. SBP will do anything for the stu-
sique, she assessed visibility of dent body. Jason Sutton
the mons pubis (pubic mound), However, many students have larger, which would make indi- The tools are available to
demonstrated their ability to vidual attention more difficult ensure that those who need We deserve and demand an Senior
the pubic hair and the labia SBP who will make promises he Political Science
majora/minora. do so on exams designed spe- to come by and would sacrifice instruction get it. There’s no
or she can keep, someone who
At first, none of the centerfolds cifically to test student writing the education of those students need to punish everyone. will act for and with us. This John Eick
showed the mons pubis or the election has been disgraceful. Senior
labia, but in the 1970s, this started So to the future student leaders, Political Science, Public Policy
to change as the magazine dis-

QuickHits
student government and student
played the mons pubis with natu- body president: watch yourself.
ral pubic hair. Then the 1990s saw Help children by being a
a shift toward pubic hair partially counselor at Camp Kesem
Sophia Duong
removed by shaving or waxing. Senior TO THE EDITOR:
Since centerfolds with visible Health Policy and This week you have the oppor-
labia only appeared recently, N.C. favors UNC Peace Corps Kidney donor Management tunity to change your life and the
Schick had to narrow down her lives of countless children. You
search to photographs between A poll shows that North UNC ranked third among large Wake Forest’s baseball coach
It is time to overthrow have the chance to apply to be a
2007 and 2008 which show the Carolinians favor schools to send stu- donated a kid- Camp Kesem counselor.
mons pubis. UNC over Duke dents to the Peace ney to one of his our student government
Camp Kesem is a free one-
Out of 185 pictures, 19.5 per- by a nearly two Corps. Not only are players. What an TO THE EDITOR: week camp for children whose
cent showed altered but visible to one margin. Tar Heels excep- incredible act of It is time all students get on parents have or had cancer and is
pubic hair, and 61.2 percent did Hating Duke tionally good look- selflessness. I won- up, get into it and get involved run entirely by Duke University
not show any pubic hair: It was really is a pastime that per- ing and exceedingly intelli- der if Coach K would donate by overthrowing student gov- and UNC students. It’s also the
completely removed. meates all walks of life. gent; we’re compassionate, his heart — if he had one — ernment. Clearly this campaign best thing that I’ve done with my
Less than half had visible labia
How distinctly American. peace-loving citizens of Earth. to be scientifically studied. season is a mockery of any dem- college career.
majora, and within these, 82.2 per- ocratic voting process. Student Last summer 117 campers and
cent showed no labia minora. The Marijuana Duke Campus elections government’s paternalistic 60 counselors spent the week
labia minora were visible in only 13 and elitist attitude toward the having fun playing messy games,
photos, and they were all colored Speaking of peace-loving Again, we are sincerely sorry Not to beat a dead horse University community is unac- going on dinosaur egg hunts and
pink or light red except in one. citizens of Earth, for the disgust- (sorry, Brooklyn), ceptable. No longer shall we doing all the other things every
It seems that the standard of a medical mari- ing portrait of but this year’s cam- stand by the wayside while they kid should get to experience at
female genital beauty, as adver- demand rooms in the Union, ride camp, no matter what’s going on
juana institution Kyle Singler we paigns were abys-
tised to Playboy’s mostly male around on horses that defecate at home.
readers, includes minimal or no of higher (haha) had to run below. mal. If student gov-
learning is com- But we honor ernment is a micro- in the Pit (UNC Housekeeping As one camper described it,
pubic hair, invisible labia minora, loved that), choke our freedom “Camp Kesem is more than just
and pink color. The problem lies ing to Arizona. It’s only a our commitments, and we cosm of real world politics,
matter of time before sell- did make a bet after all this period must represent the of choice down to a set of pre- a camp … it’s a time to laugh,
in the fact that these features screened options and fail epically smile, cry and share each other’s
which are seemingly normative ing weed at UNC leads (maybe you heard about it). Nixon years. Come on, every-
at achieving a civil representa- deepest fears. When I think of
in the models are totally unnatu- to a bachelor’s degree. Better luck in game two! body — play by the rules.
tive government. As BOE does Camp Kesem, I couldn’t describe
ral in the real world population. not take its own bylaws seriously it better than a place of true joy
Women’s genitals vary greatly and frivolous lawsuits are filed and love and friendships to
in size, shape, color and amount
of hair, and they even change
We’re really sorry about this, but newspapers have rivals, too. We lost a bet to The (misogyny is not frivolous by any remember forever.”
Chronicle, the rag of a paper at the school down the road. Shield your eyes. means, don’t get misconstrued) Camp Kesem is tabling in the
over time. only to steal an election, it is time Pit today. You can stop by and
The promotion of these unre- for the students of UNC to end ask previous counselors about
alistic images — and a lack of this mess and take our university their experience and get more
education or exposure other- back. Oh, and go to hell Dook! information.
wise — can cause some women Applications are due Monday
to think that their genitals are Will Warren at 6 p.m. For more information
abnormal or ugly, and that they Senior and to access the application,
need genital cosmetic surgery Philosophy visit our website at www.camp-
like labiaplasty or vaginoplasty. kesem.org/northcarolina or fol-
These procedures are not low us on Twitter at @camp-
medically necessary, accord- New SBP should resign
and appoint Butch Davis kesemnc.
ing to the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Laken Rush
TO THE EDITOR:
and they carry risks like infec- Camper Care Coordinator
Tuesday, I cast my SBP ballot
tion, scarring, pain or dryness Camp Kesem
for UNC football head coach Paul
which can later compromise
sexual health and function.
I am not saying that no one SPEAK OUT department and phone number.
should be allowed to get genital ➤ Edit: The DTH edits for space, clar-
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